Help spread the word about this uplifting event taking place on Christmas Day! A warm thank you goes out to the Klein family and St. Olaf Church for helping to #GrowMowerGood! ***** Come and Join us for our… 21st Annual Christmas Day Dinner St. Olaf Church - Fellowship Hall 301 1st St. NW, Austin, Minnesota Traditional Christmas Dinner served with Ham, Turkey, and all of the Trimmings
Christmas Day - December 25, 2018 Serving 11 A.M. - 1 P.M.
**FREE OF CHARGE**
Please sign up at St. Olaf Church or call 507.219.1151 for reservations
Transportation available upon request
Provided by: Family and Friends of Peter Klein Sponsored by: Klein Family & Anonymous Donations
You're invited to a Workshop for Farm Families, Agribusiness Leaders, Clergy and Health Care Professionals Dealing with Farm Stress and Mental Well-being.
Resilience is your ability to bounce through the opportunities and challenges presented in your personal life, career and relationships. Your resilience directly affects your productivity, focus, energy and satisfaction. It is both an innate and learned skill that can make a difference in your ability to contribute to this world. Australian consultant Dennis Hoiberg provides real life, common sense approaches to dealing with hardship and building resilience in the face of adversity.
Offered through Riverland Community College and Minnesota Farm Bureau, this workshop has been described as a game changer by participants who have attended over the last five years.
SMART Transit Announces Shuttle Service between Albert Lea and Austin, Minnesota
SMART Transit, a division of Cedar Valley Services, Inc, in partnership with: - The city of Albert Lea, MN - Freeborn County, MN - The city of Austin, MN - Mower County, MN - Mayo Clinic Health System - Riverland Community College
Is pleased to announce the addition of a shuttle bus to provide round trip service between Mayo Clinic Health System campuses in the city of Albert Lea, MN and the city of Austin, MN.
For the past four years, The Salvation Army in Austin has offered an innovative family mentoring program called Pathway of Hope.
Pathway of Hope is for families who want to escape poverty. A case manager works with these families to make positive changes in their lives by assisting them in setting goals and creating plans of action. Most are single-parent households.
Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea and Austin will award two $1000 scholarships to non-traditional students in in its Albert Lea service area and two $1000 scholarships to non-traditional students in its Austin service area who are interested in pursuing an education in health care.
"Non-traditional" students, defined as those who are pursuing post-secondary education five or more years after completing high school or receiving a GED. To be eligible, students must live within Albert Lea and Austin service areas and plan an education in the health care field.
The Mobile Open Door Health Center visits Riverland Community College in Austin on the 1st Thursday of every month. Call 507.388.2120 for more information, check upcoming dates, and to schedule an appointment. Please share within your networks with those who may be interested!
ENGAGING in efforts making healthy choices easier in Mower County EQUIPPING communities to grow sustainable wellness solutions EMPOWERING people to create a culture of wellness where they live, work, play and learn